Hi. Sam here. It’s been a while, I know, and I wasn’t planning to make this a habit, but Blog Angel asked me to do her a solid. And apparently, a “solid” doesn’t mean, what I did next to the tennis courts on our way back from yesterday’s run, which is why there was some confusion on my end, about when to get this thing out to the reading public. You see, my way of getting the daily news, is a whole lot more interesting than the way you guys do it. I sometimes forget how far behind the homo sapiens species is, when it comes to communicating with one another.
Be that as it may, HiltonHeadBlogAngel, is quite busy these days promoting the Italians and working for The Man. Not sure what that means, just checking her notes here, and that’s all she wrote. Literally… that’s all she wrote… down for me, here… so bear with me. Oh yeah, and she’s still working on some other big project, which is taking up, like, half a life-time, to complete. It better be some project, is all I can say, because I am tired of picking up the slack around here, I can tell you. And, she’s tired of picking up after me, is what she would say, in retort to my uppity attitude. All right already, moving on…
For those of you who live in a deep hole in the ground, under a bucket, and also, those of you who may live up there in the New England area, like Rhode Island; you may have missed the biggest, best, Italian Heritage Festival on Hilton Head, there ever was.
But that’s okay, all is not lost. See, this month, being October, the 10th month of 2014, you can still catch up with those crazy Italians in the American Southeast Coastal Corridor region. But only, if you’ve got the moxie to just get-up-and-go, for a good time, and a long weekend, of fabulous, classy arias, and Broadway show tunes, and even spend a day at the beach. Check this out:
The Italians on Hilton Head are bringing EIGHT – count ’em – EIGHT, major opera singers to the island to sing only your favorite tunes, with their favorite accompanists.
Now, I don’t know about you, but sometimes, I just want to hear my favorite songs from a story. Y’know? I don’t want to have to sit through the whole first act, and unfolding plot-points, monologues, and choruses, just to finally get to hear a rousing, rendition of Maria, from “West Side Story”, or to suffer the pontifications of the king in “MacBeth”, just to hear someone finally sing, Come dal ciel precipita, which is what you’re pretty much in for, if you buy tickets to the opera in Vienna, or someplace like that.
No way. Not here in Coastal, Italian Lowcountry. They like to get right to the point of things when it comes to entertainment. Like, eating the icing off the cake first, so to speak. Kind of like Johnny D, the president of the Italian-American Club of Hilton Head (IACHH), who pretty much lives his whole life eating the icing off the cake first. Those of you who know Il Presidente personally, know what I’m talking about. (FYI: He’s the one who lent me the sunglasses for the photo shoot up there on the leather sofa).
So, rather than making you buy an expensive season of tickets to watch a bunch of three-hour shows, just to hear your ONE favorite song, the Italians on Hilton Head, are condensing it into one easy night out: great singers, performing only the best arias and Broadway showstoppers, for a night of pure, uninterrupted, musical joy. Wooo-heee!
You can’t beat that kind of upscale entertainment with a stick, especially when you consider that all the proceeds go to local charities and scholarship funds. This is the best of the best, singing the best of the best, all for you, dear music lovers. So don’t waste any time, buy your tickets today, by clicking here, or you can call 888-860-2787, or call Johhny D for more information, 401-524-1416. Then, don your opera-night-out-duds, and have a great time!
And this is all being made possible, thanks to the generosity of our presenting sponsor, Coastal States Bank, without whom, it wouldn’t be possible-which- okay… I already said that. Thanks, Coastal States Bank for being our presenting sponsor.
So here’s the nuts and bolts:
Buy your tickets online, or call the box office: 888-860-2787, or for more information: 401-524-1416